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on baltimore but one problem can cast a dark shadow on the game. >> it's not a new phenomenon. >> reporter: councilman bill cole has been talking about parking scams. this area is ripe for them because in this part of town there seems to be plenty of parking but you can't use most of them. streets are marked 57bd lots are private. on game day many are open at a priessments it's a legitimate side business for most but not all. >> people come in from out of town and they don't realize, look, just because there's a sandwich board that says closest park $30 that it means it's legitimate. >> reporter: some bad apples take the money and tow trucks show up. cole hopes the new city law will shut down that scheme. it requires lot operators to give you a receipt and pay the city a share of their profits. >> any legitimate plot operator is collecting parking taxes and has pulled a permit from the city, so they should be able to demonstrate they are a legal and authorized lot. if they don't have that, i would probably move on. >> the city is checking lots. make sure you get a receipt. ask the attend d
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